Planting Fall Bulbs Update

We are nearing the end of March and now have blooming naturalizing daffodils and grape hyacinths!


The daffodils and hyacinths began popping up a few weeks ago and bloomed earlier this week. The deer have feasted on the hyacinth foliage as well as the tulips which I’ll post  in a bit.


A shot of some of the naturalizing daffodils. I’m happy with the variety since I don’t see them often unlike the plain yellow variety.  My guess is about 1/2 have bloomed at this point.


It was a massacre for the tulips. Most are chewed down through the bud, only 3 remain with any potential to flower. The good news is I still have a ton of Pink Late Tulips which are late spring bloomers that haven’t poked through yet. I will be picking up some deer resistant spray at the local nursery in hopes of saving the next blooms.

Still haven’t seen a hint of the alliums which is expected as they are early summer bloomers.

Hope to have more to share soon!

About Rhi

Rhi enjoys spending time with her family and working on the homestead. During spring and summer she is often found tending to her garden, and mini-orchard.

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